The Journal of International Maritime Law - Volume 21 - Issue 5
From sails to drones: time to reconsider a uniform liability regime for multimodal transport?
Institute of Maritime Law, University of Southampton
Rescuing refugees and migrants at sea: some commercial shipping implications
KATHLEEN S GODDARD
Visiting Senior Research Fellow, Institute of Maritime Law, University of Southampton
Carriage of goods through multimodal transportation: in search of international and regional harmonisatio
The Faculty of Law, Lund University, Sweden
What prospects for the 200-year-old Rhine legal regime in the European context?
CECILE TOURNAYELegal Consultant, Ad'Missions
Keating on Offshore Construction and Marine Engineering Contracts
Bugden & Co, London
ANALYSIS AND COMMENT
What is needed to get rid of paper? A new look at delivery orders
Glencore Int AG v (1) MSC Mediterranean Shipping Company SA and (2) MSC Home Terminal NV
 EWHC 1989 (Comm) QBD
Senior Lecturer in Shipping, Insurance and Commercial Law, Centre for Commercial Law Studies, Queen Mary, University of London
The MTM Hong Kong: a new 'formula' for calculating damages recoverable by shipowners in cases of a voyage charter repudiation?
Louis Dreyfus Commodities Suisse SA v MT Maritime Management BV (The MTM Hong Kong)
 EWHC 25o5 (Comm), QBD (Males J)
Attorney at Law, LLM
The concept of 'ship': an Italian perspective
Alma Mater Studiorum, Università di Bologna, Italy